You asked for it, we deliver: Hibernate Search 5.7.0.Final, with support for Hibernate ORM 5.2.8, is out! And of course, like previous versions, it features experimental support for Elasticsearch integration (even with some improvements).
Stuck on an older ORM version? Don’t worry, we also released a bugfix version for 5.6, namely 5.6.1.Final.
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After a relatively quiet candidate release, we just published Hibernate Search version 5.6.0.Final with experimental Elasticsearch integration, along with 5.7.0.CR1.
Version 5.6.0.Final brings the latest bugfixes for our experimental Elasticsearch integration. This is the version to use with Hibernate ORM versions 5.0 and 5.1.
Version 5.7.0.CR1 brings the exact same changes as 5.6.0.Final, and now features the compatibility with Hibernate ORM version 5.2.7 (but not lower than 5.2.3, see more on this further down).
Hibernate Search 5.5.6.Final is here!
This is a maintenance release and contains exclusively bugfixes.
It’s finally here! We just published the first candidate release of Hibernate Search with experimental Elasticsearch integration (5.6.0.CR1), along with 5.7.0.Beta2.
Version 5.6.0.CR1 brings the latest bugfixes and previously missing features for our experimental Elasticsearch integration. This is the version to use with Hibernate ORM versions 5.0 and 5.1.
Version 5.7.0.Beta2 brings the exact same changes as 5.6.0.CR1, and it still features the compatibility with Hibernate ORM version 5.2 that was introduced with 5.7.0.Alpha1.
Today we are releasing two new versions of Hibernate Search: 5.6.0.Beta4 and 5.7.0.Beta1!
Version 5.6.0.Beta4 brings the latest bugfixes and previously missing features for our experimental Elasticsearch integration. This is the version to use with Hibernate ORM versions 5.0.x and 5.1.x.
Version 5.7.0.Beta1 brings the exact same changes as 5.6.0.Beta1, but on top of the compatibility with Hibernate ORM version 5.2.x that was introduced with 5.7.0.Alpha1.
With Elasticsearch support coming as a technological preview in Hibernate Search 5.6, you would think we’re leaving out other features. Well, think again! Enters the Sort DSL, which will work with Elasticsearch of course, but also with the good ol' Lucene backend.
The point here is to provide an API to build sort descriptions easily, without knowing everything about Hibernate Search features added on top of Lucene, such as
DistanceSortField. And while we’re at it, we’re making it a modern, fluid API.
Today we have three releases of Hibernate Search!
I’m proud to announce our team is a bit larger nowadays, and more contributors are volunteering too, so we managed to increase the development pace. Today we release version
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This summer was relatively quiet in terms of releases, but many have been testing and improving the Beta1 release of our Hibernate Search / Elasticsearch integration.
So today we release version
5.6.0.Beta2 with 45 fixes and enhancements!
For a detailed list of all improvements, see this JIRA query.
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Hi, I’m Mincong, an engineering student from France. I’m glad to present my Google Summer of Code 2016 project, which provides an alternative to the current mass indexer implementation of Hibernate Search, using the Java Batch architecture (JSR 352). I’ve been working on this project for 4 months. Before getting started, I want to thank Google for sponsoring the project, the Hibernate team for accepting my proposal and my mentors Gunnar and Emmanuel for their help during this period. Now, let’s begin!